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A [[Sega Mega-CD]] version of the '''Game Genie''' was a "video game enhancer" that was at one point in development by [[Codemasters]].
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{{stub}}A [[Sega Mega-CD]] version of the '''Game Genie''' was a "video game enhancer" that was at one point in development by [[Codemasters]].
  
The Mega-CD version of the Game Genie was designed to fit in between the Mega-CD and [[Mega Drive]] and would intercept code as it passed in between the two. It was only known to work with the revised Mega Drive 2 and the Sega Mega-CD 2 models
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The Mega-CD version of the Game Genie was designed to fit in between the Mega-CD and [[Mega Drive]] and would intercept code as it passed in between the two{{magref|mz|35|10}}. It was only known to work with the revised Mega Drive 2 and the Sega Mega-CD 2 models
  
 
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Game Genie
Made for: Sega Mega-CD
Manufacturer: Codemasters
Type: Cheat tool

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A Sega Mega-CD version of the Game Genie was a "video game enhancer" that was at one point in development by Codemasters.

The Mega-CD version of the Game Genie was designed to fit in between the Mega-CD and Mega Drive and would intercept code as it passed in between the two[1]. It was only known to work with the revised Mega Drive 2 and the Sega Mega-CD 2 models

Magazine articles

Main article: Game Genie (Mega-CD)/Magazine articles.

References


Sega Mega-CD
Topics Technical specifications | History
Hardware Asia | North America | Europe (West | North | South | Central and East) | Other regions
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Misc. hardware CD BackUp RAM Cart | Mega-CD Karaoke | Pro CDX
Development tools SNASM Mega-CD | PsyQ Mega-CD SDK | PSY-Q CD Emulation System (Mega-CD)
Unreleased hardware Game Genie